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- n. Plural form of babyhood.
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We could not have survived the babyhoods of either of our children without pacifiers.
We didn't want our memories to be shaped by tapes; we wanted to savor every moment for its own sake, and let our children's babyhoods live on in our minds' eyes, rather than on the television.
I'd always kept journals and used the jottings from the other babyhoods too — those early months of my older daughters.
So mistily did his dead progeny come and go in the patriarch's decayed recollection, that this solitary child represented for him the successive babyhoods of the many that had gone before.
I enjoyed large chunks of my kids’ babyhoods, but other chunks were deeply, horribly boring and sad.
In order to protect her daughters’ privacy their three babyhoods are refashioned into one, to make up a kind of generic baby-ness.
I am so sorry that I missed Corrie and Ally’s babyhoods.
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